The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 14, 1953 · Page 9
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TUESDAY, JULY 14, BLYTHEVftLE (AKK.V COURIER NEWS PAGE NINE 'oreign Aid: So/ons \Find It Problem of \Headache Proportions • By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON (Hi — Billions in foreign aid. Year after year. Congress squirms and asks: How long must we keep shoveling It out? ,So Congress this year votes to end it in the next couple of years. it end then? Maybe. Next fcyear is another year with other •problems. And the next year. And Ithe next. Sen. McClellan, Arkansas •Democrat, gave the familiar .rea- Ison why Congress is bleak on fu- |ture aid: _ "Our taxes are the highest we've •paid, our expenditures are the • highest we've vr had in pao- Jtim, and w'v just rolld up th Igratest peacetime deficit we've •ever had." But Mutual security Director •Harold E. Stassen facing a Sen- late committee to justify the $5.•200,000,000 the Eisenhower admin- listration asked for 60 countries this Byear, imparted gloomy news: • This country may have to con- Itinue foreign aid of some sort for 110 years because Russia may be la threat that long, he said. And • Secretary of State Dulles, coming Ibehind him, backed him up. J Dulles added a gloomy note of Ihis own; some countries can't get lalong without help; if they don't • get the help, the Communists may I get them. Dules said that for the L'tSenefits this country gets the price jit pays Is not bad. I But when Congress finally drops I foreign aid, if it does in the next I couple of years, it will have to I face some unpleasant facts by- I passed this year. The facts involve I trade and aid. This country's overseas friends a have been saying; "Trade, not I aid." They want more trade with the United States so they'd get more clolars, earned by selling things to the United States which could be used for buying more here. Their big comp'iaint :Too high American tariffs keep their goods out. For years this country has had an arrangement—called the reciprocal trade program—by which the President could lower some tariffs for other countries provided they lowered their against American goods. This year President Eisenhower asked Congress to continue the reciprocal trade program another year. This would permit those agreements already worked out, lowering some tariffs, to continue. This ran into some fierce opposition. So anxious was he to get the program continued that Eisenhower promised Congress, if it was, he would not lower any tariffs this year. The .reason £or the congressional mood against the program: :Tarif protect American, industries from foreign competition and industries which want stich protection put pressure on their congressmen. i3ut, in me end, both houses approved keeping the program at least one more year. This postpones a question which Congress must face in the future: If it cuts out foreign aid but. keeps up high barriers against Allied trading here, wat will those Highway Group To Tour State LITTLE ROCK W)—Members of the State Highway Commission will make a 2-day tour of Highway Department installations throughout the state before its next meeting July 29. Highway Director Herbert Eldridge said the tour would help acquaint the Commission with activities of the Department. The tour will take in three maintenance districts. Eldridge said the other seven will be visited later. Bother countries so since raost of I them must do some trading? I One thing they might do, and probably would do, is n lot more trading with Russia, particularly If Russia, trying to split the Allies gets cozier with Western Europe and offers good deals. But any trading by the Allies with Russia is one of the things which makes members of Congress mad. So, at the moment, this is how the score looks: Congress wants to stop all foreign aid soon. Congress doesn't want tariffs lowered to encourage more trade with the Allies at the possible expense of U. S. industries. But Congress frowns on trade between American allies and Russia. That really makes a circle. But the Elsenhower administration does not regard as bad all trade by the Allies with countries behind the Iron Curtain. Naturally, it doesn't want strategic materials sent to Russia to be shot back at American troops later. Stassen's deputy administrator, Kenneth R. Hansen, recently said many countries friendly to the U. S. need such trade with Iron Curtain countries because they receive in exchange for their goods coal, bread, grains, feedstuffs, forest products. The real question, Hansen said, is what is traded with the Iron Curtain countries, when it's traded and who gets the net advantage. HUBBARD'S HAS A after small down payment Compare price, compare features—you'll buy this General Electrk WRINGER WASHER £££ m/& BMGA/M TOfiAf 109 95 Model WC 230 Washer Priced at Only "We Give the Best Trades in Town" HUBBARD & SON Phone 4409 APPLIANCE DEPT. Scientists Find Daddy Of All Reptiles GARNETT. Kan. W)—Scientists have unearthed fossils which may prove to be the granddaddy of all reptiles. Pour complete skeletons, two with skulls, were found in » pasture near here. They go by the jawbreaklng scientific name of petrolacosaurus Kansensls but are commonly known as rock lake lizards. Dr. Raymond Hall. Kansas University museum curator, said' "We will be able to tell definitely after study whether this Is the granddaddy of all reptiles. This may be the oldest o fthe fossils found." The fossils were described as important "missing links" between the reptiles and amphibians of 230 to 250 million years ago. Dr. Frank E. Peabody of Kansas University headed the expedition which dug out the fossils. He said the lizard "represents nature's first attempt at a fa&t-vr.ov- ing vertebrate." NLRB Upholds Labor Charge WASHINGTON W)—The National Labor Relations Board yesterday upheld charges of unfair labor practices against the Late Chevrolet Co., of Sprlngdale, Ark. The NLRB rejected an appeal from the charges, which were filed on April 23. 1953. and ordered the auto firm to cease and desist threats against employes for union activities. It warned the firm against discouraging membership in the AFL International Association of Machinists and ordered the reinstatement of three discharged employes, James P. Cook, Hershal Van Owen and Jay Bowen. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas for a permit to sell and dispense beer at retail on the premises described as 2004 W. Main St., Ely theville, Mississippi County. The undersigned states that he is a citizen of Arkansas, of good moral character, that he has never been convicted of a felony or other crime Involving moral turpitude; that no license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five yours last, past; and that, the or any other state, relative to the sale of alcoholic liquors. Application is for permit to be Issued for operation beginning on the 13th day of July. 1953, and to expire on the 30 day of June, 19 undersigned has never been convicted of violating the laws of this state, William H. Heath, Sr. Applicant Subscribed and sworn to before me this 13th day of July 1953. Frank 0. Douglas, Notary.Public My Commission expires; Dec. 29, 1953. Harvard and Ruby The First college In the United States to play "rugby football" wa> Harvard, which accepted a challenge from McQill University, of Montreal, in 1874, and liked the game so well that other collegei began playing it. State Gets Oil Fight Contribution LITTLE ROCK (IP}— The Arkan;as attorney general's office yesterday received a $10 check from former Georcia Congresswoman Helen Douglas Mankin as a "token" contribution to its fight against the tidelands act. Atty. Gen. Tom Gentry filed suit in the U. S. District Court in Washington last week seeking to have invalidated the act, which gives to seaboard states title to offshore lands' for a specified distance. The title allows the individual states to collect royalties on oii and other natural resources in the submerged lands. TO OUR CUSTOMERS ... Ion Ulo FOR YOUR PAST PATRONAGE We wish to take this opportunity to thank our many customers for their past patronage. We are now closed but will be back soon and are looking forward to serving each and every one of you again in a new location. STOVALL'S SERVICE STATION MAIN & FIFTH INSECT DAMAGE TO CROPS? We offer to the farmers free field inspection for Thrips, Army Worms, Red Spider and other insect damage. We have six pound toxaphene, 25 per cent DDT, BHC and DDT 9/15 liquids. Also dust. If you have insect or poison problems, feel free t» call on us at any time. Blytheville Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phones 685R — 6957 — 6858 Headquarters for Toxaphene, DDT and Other Poisons. The Best Family Reference Work Available is: WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA , Parents: The time to answer their questions is the time they are asked. Can you do it easily? Do you have an up-to-date, pictorial set to refer to? They soon learn to look up their own answers with WORLD BOOK. Order it now to give them confidence! Bill Patton A. A. Adams CALL Blytheville Osceola 8890 836 Which Family Drives the Al R - £ON DITION ED OLDSMOBILE Come on in ... the weather's fine . . . in an Oldsmobile equipped with Frigid- aire Car Conditioning*! Imagine . • • < driving along on the hottest day of the year and enjoying the same cool, refreshing comfort you get in the finest air-conditioned room! Jusl imagine • • t NO HEAT! Torrid weather outside— refreshingly cool insitlc. Even after being parked all day under a blistering sun, your Oldsmobile cools off in minutes! NO DUST! You cruise along with windows rolled up—ail dust arid pollen* are kept where they belong . . . outside! 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